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Ghanaian Dance Duo Afronitaa and Abigail will Compete in Britain’s Got Talent Finale

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In a thrilling semi-final performance on the 2024 Britain’s Got Talent, Ghanaian dancers Afronitaa and Abigail captivated both judges and audience, earning them a place in the grand finale. Dressed in vibrant red two-piece clothing adorned with authentic Ghanaian Kente fabric, showcased their cultural heritage while their dance routine left a mark on everyone. 

The dynamic duo performed a medley of popular hits, including Fuse ODG’s “Azonto,” Beyoncé’s “Run The World,” and Toofan’s “Gweta,” impressing social media users who described their routine as electrifying. The audience and judges were visibly in awe, showering them with praise and giving them a standing ovation.

Britain’s Got Talent judge Bruno Tonioli couldn’t contain his admiration, telling the dancers, “Looking at you makes me happy, you really are a tonic for the spirit. Your individual style of dancing is so unique and beautiful, your musicality is out of this world and your personality really shines through. Love you, love you.” His words perfectly captured the essence of Afronitaa and Abigail’s performance, highlighting their exceptional talent.

Even the notoriously tough judge Simon Cowell was taken aback by the Ghanaian duo’s performance. He praised them, saying, “When you’ve got it, you’ve got it.” Referring to the enthusiastic audience reaction, he added, “I think what is happening behind me is more important than what I say.” Cowell admitted that the dancers left him stumped, and while he had been confident about predicting the competition’s winner the previous day, their routine made him reconsider.

Afronita, aged 20, and 7-year-old Abigail sailed through to the finale after winning the public vote on the fourth semi-final night. They are now set to compete against other talented contestants for the championship status in the finale on Sunday June 2, 2024.

The excitement surrounding Afronitaa and Abigail’s performance has gone viral on social media, with many Ghanaians expressing their love and support for the duo. Everyone is proud to see Ghana’s culture showcased to the world.

As they prepare to compete in the finals today, the entire nation and their growing fanbase eagerly await to see if Afronitaa and Abigail will be crowned champions. Regardless of the outcome, their journey on Britain’s Got Talent has already made them stars, celebrated for their extraordinary talent and cultural pride.

Ivy Prosper

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